Tournaments


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March 19-20, 2016

Reno Classic

Divisions: 3rd Grade to HS Boys & Girls

Game Location(s): Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows

Junior Wolverines and Nevada Wolverines players


 

West Coast Tip-Off Tournament UA Event

April 9-10th, 2016

The West Coast Tip-Off Event is powered by Under Armour. This event will give AAU teams a chance to compete and play against quality competition before going out and playing in front of college coaches during the evaluation periods. The event will consist of all the top teams throughout the West Coast.

Game Location(s): East Bay Gyms

Nevada Wolverines players: 17U and 16U

 

 


 

Spring-Hoops Festival Tournament

April 9th-10th, 2016

 The Oakland Soldiers and Ultimate Sports Spring-Hoops Festival Registration!

Games played at Jam Town (Oakland) & the Ultimate Fieldhouse (Walnut Creek).

Nevada Wolverines players: 17U

Team Hotel: TBD

 

 


 

Wolverines to Spring Spectacular in Las Vegas
April 15th-17th, 2016

*NCAA Certified Event*

2016 Pangos Spring Spectacular
Friday April 15th – Sunday April 17th, 2016
NCAA Certified Eligible at Bishop Gorman HS (Las Vegas NV) & surrounding area gyms

Nevada Wolverines players

Over 150 college coaches and scouts attended last year
including teams from Pac-12, Big 12, Mountain West, WCC, WAC
Big West, Ivy League, Patriot League, Big Sky

McDonald’s All-American Game voters that have attended
this event include:
Jerry Meyer (247Sports.com)
Frank Burlison (BurlisonOnBasketball.com
Van Coleman (TheBasketballChannel.Net)
Eric Bossi (Rivals.com) 
Clark Francis (Hoop Scoop)

Other Media/Scouts That Have Attended This Event:
ESPN.com, Scout.com, BallisLife.com, Nothing But Net Magazine,
Fullcourt Press, Area Codes, PremierBall.com, CaliforniaPreps.com,
West Coast Hoops Report, IHigh.com


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 Nor Cal Spring Showcase

April 22-24, 2016 *NCAA Certified Event* Jamtown, Oakland

Hoop Review is a scouting service that over 200 colleges and universities subscribe to and it is run by Gerry Freitas, a former college coach himself. It produces evaluations/reports of high school and junior college prospects throughout the western United States that are sent to the colleges and universities to assist in the recruiting process.

A second aspect of the Hoop Review is a series of events throughout the state of California that are conducted by Gerry Freitas. These events are done to help facilitate the scouting process and give players additional exposure to colleges and universities. Every Hoop Review event has a post-event report that is posted on this site and other web sites in addition to being sent to colleges and universities.

Nevada Wolverines players

 


 

 

 


Reno-Memorial-Day-15-P9035-blk-ts1-150x150  Reno Memorial Day 2016

Date:  May 28, 2016 – May 30, 2016

Location: Reno, NV

Facility: Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno, NV

 

15th Annual Reno Memorial Day Tournament
World’s Largest AAU Basketball Tournament
Over 1100 teams in 2015!
Boys 2nd Grade – Varsity and Girls 4th – Varsity
This event will be a GRADE BASED event
AAU Cards Required

* Watch multiple games * Air conditioned facilities * centralized bracketing * Tournament directors on site* Certified trainers * Sports vendors * Bounce houses * Basketball clinics * Shooting contest* Challenge Games * Easy check in* Certified Officials * Spacious area between courts *  Security * Experienced court monitors * Trained score keepers * Stop clock games * Plenty of parking * Food court * Coaches lounge *

Junior Wolverines and Nevada Wolverines players

 


 

Summer Events

 


 

 

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Nor Cal Summer Tip Off  * San Francisco City College * July 9-10, 2016 * NCAA Certified Eligible Event *

Hoop Review is a scouting service that over 200 colleges and universities subscribe to and it is run by Gerry Freitas, a former college coach himself. It produces evaluations/reports of high school and junior college prospects throughout the western United States that are sent to the colleges and universities to assist in the recruiting process.

A second aspect of the Hoop Review is a series of events throughout the state of California that are conducted by Gerry Freitas. These events are done to help facilitate the scouting process and give players additional exposure to colleges and universities. Every Hoop Review event has a post-event report that is posted on this site and other web sites in addition to being sent to colleges and universities.


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   Summer Sweet 16

*NCAA Certified Event*

2016 Pangos Summer Sweet Sixteen
July 8 – 10, 2016
at Cabrillo HS (Long Beach CA)

 

Fan Admission Info:
Fan Admission is $13/Day and a Tournament Weekend Pass is $35 and is good for the entire event at all sites.
Daily Parking Fees:
Cerritos College – $5     Next Level Sports Complex – $7

Cabrillo High School is located at 2001 Santa Fe Avenue, Long Beach CA 90810

Scouts/Media attending past Fullcourt Press/Pangos include: Dave Telep (ESPN.com), Jerry Meyer (Rivals.com), Van Coleman (Hot100Hoops.com), Clark Francis (Hoop Scoop), Paul Biancardi (ESPN.com), Brick Oettinger (PrepStars.com), Eric Bossi (Rivals.com), Rob Harrington (PrepStars.com), Dinos Trigonis (Fullcourt Press & Hoop Scoop), Adam Gorney (Rivals.com), Frank Burlison (BurlisonOnBasketball.com), Joel Francisco (ESPN.com), Josh Gershon (Scout.com), Etop Udo-Ema (Fullcourt Press), Greg Hicks (Scout.com), Dave Nahabedian (Networx), Gerry Freitas (Hoop Review), Paul Dean (WestCoastHoopsReport.com), Chad Groth (AreaCodesBasketball.com), Chris Popoola (PremierBall.com),  Anthony Ray (ArizonaPreps.com), Matt Rodriguez & Johnny Hernandez (BallisLife.com), Max Ivany (D-1 Nation), Roy White (IHigh.com), Neal Neaves and Dave Keefer (California Preps)


 

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Double Pump Best of the Summer Tournament

 

American Sports Centers, 1500 S Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805

July 13-17, 2016

*NCAA Certified Event*
American Sports Centers (Headquarters, 25 courts) 1500 S Anaheim Blvd Anaheim, CA  92805
Four game guarantee. Teams are scheduled for three pool games and at least one bracket game.

 


Fab_48_Icon_-_1Wolverines to take on Nation’s Best in Fab 48

*NCAA Certified Event*

The 2016Las Vegas Fab 48 (for grades 15u – 17u) is now set for July 23 – July 26 and will be headquartered again at Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas NV). This year, a total of 352 teams (maximum capacity) from across the nation, Canada and Germany will compete in the four 17u divisions (192 teams), two 16u divisions (96 teams) and two 15u divisions (64 teams).

Las Vegas Fab 48 Website: Click Here

OVER 300 COLLEGE COACHES AND MEDIA SCOUTS IN ATTENDANCE! As was the case last year, a huge contingent of national/regional media and scouts attended including Dave Telep & Joel Francisco (ESPN.com), Van Coleman (Hot100Hoops.com and XOFan.com), Evan Daniels, Josh Gershon & Greg Hicks (Scout.com), Eric Bossi (Rivals.com), Clark Francis (Hoop Scoop), Frank Burlison (BurlisonOnBasketball.com & Sports Illustrated), Rob Harrington (Prep Stars & USA Today), Gary Parrish & Jeff Borzello (CBSSports.com), Seth Davis (CBS & Sports & Sports Illustrated), Mike DeCourcey (Sporting News), Pete Thamel (Sports Illustrated), Patrick Stanwood (Nothing But Net Magazine), Dinos Trigonis (Fullcourt Press and Nothing But Net Magazine), Ronnie Flores (ESPNHS.com), Dave Keefer & Dave Rogahn (California Preps/Rivals), Etop Udo-Ema (Fullcourt Press & Hoopmasters), Dave Nahabedian (Networx), Matt Rodriguez & Arek Kissoyan(BallisLife.com), Gerry Freitas (Hoop Review), Roy White (Ihigh.com), Jason Hickman (CBS/Max Preps), Gary Randazzo (Wildcat Sports Report), Chris Poopola, James Kerti & Dave Benezra (Premier Ball Illustrated), Chad Groth (AreaCodesBasketball.com), Matt Moreno (GOAZCats.com/Rivals),Neal Nieves (Rivals.com), Scott Sommer (AztecReport.com/Scout.com), Ace Thakore (PointGuardU.com), Alan Utter (Hoop Scoop), Don Small (GPA Scouting), Nick Koza (SportsAmp.com) and Scott Kurtz (Kurtz Photo).

Team Hotel: TBD